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De Soto Masons improve life of MVHS student
September 8, 2005
Her teachers forgive Mill Valley High School sophomore Susie Busby her occasional anger.
De Soto treasures win over Mill Valley, ready for more
September 8, 2005
The wounds ripped open when De Soto and Mill Valley high schools split five years ago may have in some ways began to close. Not on the tennis court, however.
City hires interim administrator
September 8, 2005
A former city manager in the state of Texas will serve as De Soto city administrator for the next four to six months as the city looks for a replacement for Greg Johnson with both sides leaving open the option that the relationship could last longer.
Events prove worth of personal emergency plans
September 8, 2005
Cameron Spradlin James
September 8, 2005
Zelma M. Seal
1930-2005
September 8, 2005
Bringing up Father
September 8, 2005
Cats wipe away competition
September 8, 2005
Last year the De Soto volleyball season ended with a sweep at the hands of K.C. Piper in the first round of the sub-state playoffs. The loss capped a season that saw the squad go 16-18 under first year head coach Lori Brooks.
Soccer coasts to perfection
September 8, 2005
De Soto swept through relatively weak competition last week, defeating three schools in seven days, all on the road, cumulating the run with a 6-0 win Tuesday against Atchison to stay undefeated, now 4-0.
Wildcats ready for hills
September 8, 2005
Wamego isn’t the hilliest course the De Soto cross country team faces all year.
Opening kick boots Trojans
September 8, 2005
OSAWATOMIE — De Soto coach Brad Scott pointed out no amount of practice can provide an answer.
County joins relief task force
September 8, 2005
Johnson County is involved in a disaster response effort that could send dozens of area public employees to areas ravaged by Hurricane Katrina.
No quick relief seen for high gas prices
September 8, 2005
Michael Frehe filled his daughter’s car Friday at the De Soto J-Mart not knowing where the numbers flying by on the pump would stop.
Snookering sexism in Hope
September 8, 2005